Coventry City manager Mark Robins is looking forward to tomorrow's FA Cup Fourth Round tie away to MK Dons.
City have beaten Maidenhead United, Boreham Wood and Stoke City to make it into the Fourth Round and will be back by 7,853 City supporters in the away end and countless others around the ground.
Speaking about the tie at this morning's press conference, the City boss said: “We are looking forward to it.
“Whilst MK Dons have changed their manager and they will slightly change what they do, we are concentrating on us and we go down there and hope that we can put on a good performance for everyone.
“We want to get through and get into the next round. We know that with a change of manager it changes their approach. The reason they have appointed their new boss is because he knows the club’s ethos and how they do things.
“Their manager has had all week to work with them. We know their payers but there will obviously be a change in emphasis and how they go about the game.
“We have sold eight thousand tickets and we could have sold more. They will all be heading to Stadium:MK hoping that we will be successful.”